CRB Tech reviews updates you with the latest news in the world of mobile phones through this blog. The news is regarding the launch of a new Blackberry phone. This time it is really a special one. Read more to find out why?
BlackBerry astonished everybody by noiselessly launching its DTEK50 Android – based cell phone. Strikingly, the Canadian cell phone maker this time is not utilizing its own hardware.
In spite of the fact that not specified authoritatively, the DTEK50 is said to be the rebranded Alcatel Idol 4 cell phone donning a strikingly comparative hardware design. Additionally, the particulars of the BlackBerry DTEK50 are like that of the Idol 4. The DTEK50 also features BlackBerry’s own particular set of security software.
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The BlackBerry DTEK50 sports a 13MP self-adjust back camera alongside a 8MP front-facing camera. Both can record recordings in full-HD resolution at 30 frames for each second. On the availability front, the handset bolsters Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS, 3G, and 4G networks.
Running android 6.0 Marshmallow, the BlackBerry DTEK50 highlights a 5.2-inch full-HD resolution, scratch-safe display and is driven by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, clubbed with 3GB RAM. The cell phone houses 16GB of inbuilt storage capacity, which can be further extended by means of a microSD card (up to 2TB).
BlackBerry guarantees its DTEK50 unlike some other Android cell phone as it accompanies organization’s own “enhancements”. The smartphone highlights capacities like BlackBerry Convenience Key, BlackBerry-style pop-up gadgets, BB gadget search, Instant Actions, Gesture Controls, and a smart keyboard. BlackBerry Hub tool for better profitability is likewise included.
With respect to the security, BlackBerry says that its manufacturing or production process incorporates security with the gadget from the start and that the organization has made a few strides, for example, OS solidifying to ensure against establishing and the sky is the limit from there. DTEK50 is said to intermittently track applications and advise users when an application’s accomplishing something on the gadget without their insight.
BlackBerry asserts that the DTEK50 is its slimmest cell phone yet at 7.4mm thickness. Likewise, the firm has this time totally let go of its physical Qwerty keypad. The cell phone can be pre-ordered at $299 from the organization’s own shopping site in US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands. Its accessibility and price details in India are not yet known.
CRB Tech reviews feels that this a good news for the loyal customers of Blackberry. It would definitely help to revive the brand in the country.